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Day #9 – Cinema Display

Posted on Friday, January 9th, 2009 under Sketches | No comments

Cinema Display
This pretty much sums up my feelings about the new 20-inch Cinema Displays that Full Sail purchased for our department.

Just like Lloyd Dobler, I would stand out in the rain for love … sure in this case it is for all 1,764,000 of those beautiful Apple-crafted pixels, but I think it still wholly applies.

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